Controversial historical figure

While it might be difficult to picture someone who is old enough to be a grandparent as a criminal, the  sad reality is that many inmates are senior citizens, especially in the United States. Regardless of how you may personally feel about jailing anyone over 65, all of the people on this list committed punishable crimes. Nearly all of the ... Read More »

Who is Prince Babak Qajar?

Prince Babek’s civil name is Babek Peter Padar. He was born as a citizen on June 11, 1970 in Berlin (West), Germany.  His father was Prince Ramazan Padar, born as a citizen in Baku, Azerbaijan, on May 1, He past away on January 16, 2007 in Berlin, Germany. Prince Ramazan Padar came to Germany in 1956 after opposing the Pahlavi ... Read More »

Similarities of Judges work in courtrooms

A judge is to be impartial, fair an unbiased and to follow the laws of the state they are in and the United States Constitution and the Constitution of whatever state they are in. To listen to all evidence without passing judgment until all is heard, In cases with a jury, the judge is responsible for insuring that the law ... Read More »

what does Prosecutors representative do

A prosecutor is an attorney who represents the government throughout the criminal justice process, including arraignment, hearings, trials, and appeals. There are local, state, and federal prosecutors in the United States. In New York, local prosecutors work in District Attorney’s Offices while at the state level cases are prosecuted by the N.Y.S. Attorney General’s Office. At the federal level prosecutors ... Read More »

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić

In a world first Ana Brnabić has become the first LGBTQ world leader to have a child with her partner while in office. The baby boy has been named Igor. Djurdjic became pregnant as a result of artificial insemination. In 2017, Ana Brnabić became Serbia’s first openly gay – and female – Prime Minister, despite some politicians refusing to support her ... Read More »

Queen Camilla and first ladies of different countries

Queen Consort Camilla opened the gates of Buckingham Palace this week to welcome a number of European royals for a special event. King Charles’s wife hosted the likes of Queen Rania of Jordan, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, and the Countess for a Violence Against Women and Girls Event. The gestures don’t need to be long ... Read More »

Controversial brother of a top politician

The source of this confrontation, in the early hours of February 2011, was an unprecedented push by Wisconsin Republicans, led by the state’s newly elected Republican governor, Scott Walker, to slash the union rights held by most public workers. Walker argued that budget woes in the state necessitated the shift, and barrelled forward to eliminate the rights of virtually all ... Read More »

Who is the personal bodyguard

In these new and increasingly unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to take steps to protect yourself from uncertainties — and that sometimes requires hiring a personal bodyguard. It’s never a bad idea to go the extra mile to take care of yourself or your family by contracting with security personnel, but you might not know how to ... Read More »

Pure Arabian horse

The Egyptian line is the purest of all Arabians, as its pureblood status comes from an unbroken lineage. Egyptian Arabians can trace their bloodlines back to a herd in Egypt owned by Viceroy Mohammed Ali and his grandson Abbas Pasha I. Unlike other types of Arabians that have been bred interchangeably to increase the gene pool, the Egyptian line remains ... Read More »

Grandson of Makarem Shirazi

Imagine being given everything you could ever want from a young age. The best education, holidays and homes, then told you never really need to work because your family has more than enough money. A dreamy scenario for some. But there is normally a side effect: wealth robs children of motivation. The more money that is given to children from ... Read More »